By Linda Hall • 03 September 2020 • 5:04
JAVEA PLAYGROUND: Bubbles for breaktime
Photo credit: Javea town hall
MUNICIPAL employees have been at work on local schools, removing walls and extending classrooms.
Libraries and laboratories have also been converted into more classrooms while washrooms have been enlarged, announced the town hall’s Education councillor Montse Villaverde.
With schools due to reopen on Monday, September 7, almost exactly six months after they closed shortly before the State of Alarm was announced, the authorities are determined that pupils should be kept as safe as possible from the coronavirus.
School lunches will be served in classrooms, break times – where pupils will remain in their own bubbles – are to be staggered.
The town hall is also supplying every school with 50 litres of disinfectants each week, Villaverde said.
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